I make zero-waste ethically made one-of-a-kind garments for women and children, with an equal emphasis on design, comfort and utility. My background as a painter informs my process—I approach each piece as a unique composition of color, pattern and texture. Rather than sourcing the latest trends in textiles, I embrace the challenge of reclaiming and repurposing fabric and extending the lifespan of these materials as part of my ethic of sustainability. At a time when fast fashion, wasteful consumption and short-term trends are the norm, I am a proponent of Slow Fashion—a sustainable movement that values well-made garments with a timeless design. These environmentally conscious principles guide my production, where the end result is an intentional, utilitarian and functional garment with a minimal and modern aesthetic.